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What police recovered from Lawyer Assa Nyakundi's home

Police raid the lawyer's home

Lawyer Assa Nyakundi during a past court session

Police on Tuesday during a raid of Lawyer Assa Nyakundi’s residence, recovered a pistol, a shotgun and 471 rounds of ammunition.

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The pistol and the ammunition of different quality had been recovered inside a safe in the main bedroom of the house.

The shotgun was found at shoe rack in a room beside the bedroom which was used as a library as the probe into the murder of the son by the lawyer continues.

Detectives handling the case had clarified that Nyakundi’s glock pistol that had been recovered from him after the shooting incident had 13 rounds of ammunition and not 14 as it had been earlier reported.

“The firearm certificate and the civilian firearm certificate id have been forwarded to firearms licensing board for verification,” stated the police.

Nyakundi accidentally shoots son dead

Nyakundi on Monday had reported the death of his son after what he had described as an accidental shooting.

A police report had revealed that the lawyer’s gun went off with a single bullet being discharged hitting his 29-year old son in the chest as he was moving it from a pouch to holster.

The son was however pronounced dead on arrival at Aga Khan Hospital.

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